The Islamic World and the West: Recovering Common History

Europe overlooks long history of good exchanges with Arab-Islamic world and encourages defensive posture
Nayef Al-Rodhan
July 15, 2014

From the Unipolar Moment to a Multiplex World

New World order emerges, one that requires cooperation and ability to build regional ties
Amitav Acharya
July 3, 2014

Is Brazil Losing Global Momentum?

Brazil’s President Rousseff focuses on social transformation at home and cooperative foreign policy
Alistair Burnett
May 6, 2014

Differing Approaches to Immigration on Two Sides of the Atlantic

Fierce opposition to immigration festers in US and Europe – the US political backlash will be less severe
Michael Mandelbaum
April 24, 2014

Obama Travels to Asia, But Future of Trade Pact Is Uncertain

TPP critics are many: China, environmentalists, workers, politicians worry about corporate interests supplanting national control
David Dapice
April 21, 2014

Shale Gas Helps Fracture US-Saudi Ties

Saudi Arabia is vexed at shifting balance of power as the US transforms into its competitor
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
April 1, 2014

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Argentina Omits Falkland Islands from Map; Online Uproar Swiftly Follows

Longstanding territorial disputes remain controversial
Federico Rivas Molina
January 11, 2017

We Can’t Undo Globalization, But Can Improve It

Job hunters should relocate, and companies could expand export capability
Gary Pinkus, James Manyika and Sree Ramaswamy
January 10, 2017

More Chinese Are Sending Younger Children to Schools in US

Parents appreciate the independent thinking and opportunities
Miriam Jordan
January 5, 2017

Globalization Has Done a Lot of Great Things for Americans

Benefits include innovation and low prices
Panos Mourdoukoutas
January 4, 2017

With Trump, Amerexit?

Nationalistic and isolationist policies will diminish US leadership
Nayan Chanda
November 25, 2016

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